Class Eligibility

All persons in the United States, who, during the Class Period, purchased in the United States, for personal or household use and not for resale or distribution, Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate Plus or Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer Super Concentrate in packaging whose neck or shoulder label stated that the product “makes up to” a specified number of gallons

Estimated Amount

Varies

You will receive up to 50% of the retail price of the item purchased less if there is high participation

Proof of Purchase

No

Case Name

Joshua Rawa, et al. v. Monsanto Company
Case No. 4:17-cv-01252-AGF
District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri

Elisabeth Martin v. Monsanto Company,
Case No. 5:16-cv-02168
District Court for the Central District of California

Case Summary

Settlement resolves a class action lawsuit pending in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri (the “Court”) against Monsanto Company, the manufacturer of the above two concentrated Roundup® products. The lawsuit alleges that Monsanto advertised these Roundup® products as making more spray solution than the products were capable of making. Monsanto denies these allegations and any wrongdoing. The two sides disagree on what relief, and how much, could have been won, if any, if the Class won at trial. The Settlement avoids costs and risks to you from continuing the lawsuit, provides relief to affected persons like you, and releases Monsanto and others from liability for the related claims.

Settlement Pool

$21,500,000

Deadline

03/06/2018

Contact


Roundup Concentrate Settlement c/o Dahl Administration PO Box 3614 Minneapolis, MN 55403-0614 info@RoundupConcentrateSettlement.com 1-855-802-5279

25 responses to “RoundUp Concentrate Class Action Settlement”

  1. Byron willis says:

    This

  2. Byron willis says:

    This ridiculous why lie to people who wanna protect bugs from there house.

    ADMIN – Hi Byron,

    As a fellow gardener I am also upset.

  3. deloris campbell says:

    I still got bugs after I spray twice.

    ADMIN – Hi Deloris,

    Roundup is a herbicide not a pesticide. I am not surprised you still had bugs. It is not designed or intended to kill bugs.

  4. Tara Briscoe says:

    I bought roundup during the allotted period and am part of this suit…please let me know what to do to file a claim. I bought about 4 bottles.

    ADMIN – Hi Tara,

    Click on the link to file a claim.

  5. Lisa Bingham says:

    This “bugs” me. Can someone just “Exterminate’ the problem here?

    ADMIN – Hi Lisa,

    We can’t. This is all about weeds.

  6. Carlo says:

    Settlement limits

    Claims are limited to 20 units per household.

    Roundup® Product Weighted Average
    Retail Price Per-Unit Payment
    Super Concentrate 35.2 oz. $42.48 $21
    Super Concentrate 53.7 oz. (0.42 gal.) $62.88 $31
    Super Concentrate 64 oz. (1/2 gal.) $72.64 $36
    Super Concentrate 128 oz. (1 gal.) $105.85 $53
    Concentrate Plus 32 oz. (1 qt.) $21.31 $11
    Concentrate Plus 36.8 oz. $22.97 $11.50
    Concentrate Plus 40 oz. $26.40 $13
    Concentrate Plus 64 oz. (1/2 gal.) $44.54 $22

    ADMIN – Hi Carlo,

    File using the link provided.

  7. Andrew says:

    Yeah, I bought a $109 jug of this and it was suppose to make up to 85 gallons and if you used the right amount then it did a very horrible job at killing weeds. It was so bad that I just bought the cheap stuff Lowes had on sale and while I had to use a lot more of that per gallon of water, I was still saving more than the expensive roundup I bought.

    ADMIN – Hi Andrew,

    Hopefully you have already filed your claim.

  8. Rachael Leeth says:

    Makes sense on why it didn’t work. I bought many jugs of this. And finally purchased preen to help with weeds. Ugg such a waste of money. I’ll never buy roundup again.

    ADMIN – Hi Rachael,

    This has to do with yield and not efficacy. When properly diluted this is still a great herbicide.

  9. om geoerge says:

    if we are four adults in same address and family, can we all file differenty ?

    ADMIN – Hi Om,

    Most houses have one yard and a principal person that engages in garden-related purchases. If you in fact had four family members purchase the herbicide and specially if you have evidence of purchase there is no reason why you should not file that way. In the other hand if you are asking me how to maximize the opportunity to get a slice of the cake in ways that may not be necessarily ethical I would consider that multiple claims from the same address may be seen as duplicates or attempt to defraud.

  10. Randy Paling says:

    I purchased the container that makes 85 gallons ,I was lucky if I got 65 gals.

    ADMIN – Hi Randy,

    Interesting, How did you determine the dilution ratio?

  11. Cyndi Everetts says:

    I thought I’d read the purchase period dates somewhere but can no longer find them. Can you provide the date range for the purchase please?

    TIA

    ADMIN – Hi Cyndi,

    You read it on the main page.

  12. Stewart Montgomery says:

    I have used Roundup since 1999, I live in the country on almost 2 acres, it seemed like I was always having to spray every couple of weeks somewhere to control weeds… I finally switched to a different brand of weed control, about 5 years ago I developed a form of Leukemia which makes me wonder if this was caused from this product. I have placed a settlement claim.

    ADMIN – Hi Stewart,

    This settlement has nothing to do with cancer. It is about a product not delivering the level of concentration offered.

  13. Arthur Siciliano says:

    I bought the 35.2 oz of concentrate last year. Didn’t make very much solution.

    ADMIN – Hi Arthur,

    That is why there is a settlement. How about you file your claim?

  14. Leona Tanner says:

    What is the time frame?

    ADMIN – Hi Leona,

    It is different in every state. Please click on the link to the settlement and head to the main page.

  15. Calvin Wade Pannell says:

    I purchased several bottles of this product and It did not work I ended up going old fashioned pouring bleach on the problem and pulling up by hand

    ADMIN – Hi Calvin,

    I use vinegar myself. Less harsh than bleach.

  16. Marty folks says:

    I bought Concentrate Plus 64 oz. of roundup…waste of time.

    ADMIN – Hi Marty,

    This has nothing to do with the efficacy of the product. It has to do with the yield of the concentrate.

  17. Frank ambrosimo says:

    Use the product three to four times weeds just kept coming back very disappointed in it

    ADMIN – Hi Frank,

    Happens when the instructions for the ratio to dilute are overstated. File a claim.

  18. Dave says:

    I dnt have receipts,but i do my house and my 85 year young mothers house,how do i file For both property’s? Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Dave,

    You file using the link provided and completing the information as requested. There is an option for no receipt.

  19. carl bebar sr says:

    rain washed the product out before taking action

    ADMIN – Hi Carl,

    I believe the bottle suggests that you don’t use it when rain is expected.

  20. Russell Garland says:

    Still had bugs after use

    ADMIN – Hi Russell,

    It does not surprise us that you had bugs after a RoundUp application. This product is a herbicide not an insecticide.

  21. Marty says:

    Waste of money. It killed my roses too.

    ADMIN – Hi Marty,

    Weird you say that since the settlement is about the product not being strong enough when diluted.

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